From black and white couture to bow details everywhere (and we mean everywhere!), the 2019 Critics Choice Awards brought us plenty of fashion to critique — both good, bad and otherwise! Which stars continued their hit list reign this awards season, and which earned solid spots on the miss list? Let’s take a look, starting with the one and only Julia Roberts. Unfortunately for Julia, she couldn’t duplicate her major win on the Globes carpet, and she instead proved exactly why the half-skirt style isn’t always a safe bet. Our first impression: Ugh! The Louis Vuitton look started out a short-sleeved tuxedo-style-jacket top with the teeniest black belt detail that gave way to a black half-skirt over white dress pants. Making matters worse? The bizarre silver sparkly leopard print going on over the underside of that skirt. We won’t subject you to anymore angles of this look, but keep reading to check out one of our favorite looks of the night as a palete cleanser…
Fairy princess couture! Constance Wu arrived in this delicate, frothy number with dainty, dazzling embellishments by Rodarte. An instant hit, the bow detail on the sleeves (we’ll take a better look next), the plunging neckline and the full skirt rivaled her equally impeccable fashion choice at the Globes.
Look at those sleeves! We’re obsessed with Constance Wu’s entire ensemble, including those Lorraine Schwartz drop earrings. In the beauty department, her bangs, rosy lip and glimmering gold eyeshadow cemented this look as extraordinary.
From one “Crazy Rich Asians” beauty to the next! Equally thriving on the blue carpet? Constance Wu’s co-star, Gemma Chan. Gemma opted for this show-stopping Jason Wu number, with all-over floral, drop sleeve and a full skirt. And her beauty look was equally fab…
We love a good braid on the red carpet! Gemma Chan’s was perfectly tied with a black bow. Taking things up a notch? Her Anita Ko dangling earrings that matched her floral Jason Wu gown to perfection. Her rosy-hued makeup tied things altogether, ensuring Gemma’s spot on the hit list.
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